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Several well-known scholars have studied the problems of French colonial rule. Cahall's Sovereign Council of New France is constantly quoted. Munro's writings on the intendancy and seigniorial system of New France are standard. Reinsch's treatise on experiments in representative government in the Antilles is a little masterpiece. Colbert's West India Policy, by Mims, is, in the writer's opinion, the outstanding American contribution to the history of French colonization. Garrett and Stoddard have written learnedly, albeit heavily, on the French Revolution in the Caribbean. Lokke's Jefferson and the Leclerc Expedition has won much laudatory comment for the author. Louisiana has, of course, attracted many writters. Documents dating from the French era have been edited by Rowland. Finley's The French in the Heart of America is a popular treatise. The biography of Governor Cadillac, by Agnes Laut, makes pleasant reading. Surrey's survey of the commerce of this French colony in the eighteenth century is a very able one. Brown, Hitchcock, Hosmer, Howard and Sloane have all written on the Louisiana Purchase, the first emphasizing its constitutional, and the latter its world aspects. Miss Kellogg and Thwaites have told the story of French rule in the Great Lakes region. Douglas and Parker and Bryan have written two delightful books on Quebec. Wrong's Rise and Fall of New France is a masterly study, superbly written and assuming epic qualities. Its publication in the United States affords an excellent example of the close cultural relationship today existing between that country and Canada, Professor Wrong's adopted home. French colonial enterprise outside the new world has received but scant attention. This fact gives added importance to Langer's scholarly The European Powers and the Occupation of Tunis and Anderson's well told First Moroccan Crisis. Narratives of New Netherland, 1609-1664, edited by Jameson, contains invaluable source material on the Dutch experiment in the Hudson valley. Griffis, Innes and Shepherd have written popular accounts of the same., Van Laer's study of Rensse-

Bibliographie d'histoire coloniale ( 1900-1930 )  

Auteur : Alfred Martineau, Roussier, Tramond / Partie 1 d'un ouvrage patrimonial de la bibliothèque numérique Manioc. Service commun de la d...

Bibliographie d'histoire coloniale ( 1900-1930 )  

Auteur : Alfred Martineau, Roussier, Tramond / Partie 1 d'un ouvrage patrimonial de la bibliothèque numérique Manioc. Service commun de la d...

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